I work in philosophy of science (especially psychology) and mind, and social & feminist philosophy. I change this statement once in a while, for I'm not sure how to label my research interests. A disappointing PhD and a period of no institutional affiliation living in a forest (trying some sort of philosophy in the wild) made me rethink the relationship between my research and my broader values. I decided to work on what I had deliberately banned from my philosophical rocker until then: my concerns for social justice, and the too personal questions that had been occupying me since high school.
I am especially interested in explanations (structural explanations are my favorite) and the absence of them, sex & gender in science, conversational dynamics and the many things we can do with words, cognitive externalism, and several questions within social ontology and epistemology. I'm lately brainstorming about collective explanatory gaps, gender open children, and what it means to contest dominant gender norms.